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. former special inspector generals, a couple of academics. but now you have people like sandy weill, the architect of citigrou and sure, too little too late, after he made all of his money off creating these frankenstein monsters. but even he now recognizes that we have to break up the banks. you have senior officials at the federal reserve recently coming out in favor of this, the vice chair of the fdic, a very strong advocate for breaking up the banks. and you hear it a lot more in an members of congress that are supporting this notion. so to me, on the one hand, it's absolutely essential. if we really want to get to the point where we don't have to bailout a bank, we have to make it so that no bank is so systemically significant and large that its failure could bring down the system. >> are they up to their old tricks? >> the banks? sure. i mean, you know, so we had this regulatory reform of dodd-frank in 2010, which, you know, left them intact and inside. but it had all of these rules and all of these regulations that needed to follow. and right now it is hand to hand, trench wa
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